Sunday, July 13, 2014

Stampers with an attitude Blog Hop

Fall Harvest

This is July Stamper with an Attitude " Bling it up" Blog Hop. I have just joined this wonderful group of stampers and decide to see what a blog hopper was all about.  Below, is a list of all the participant in the Blog hop.  I come right after Fawn Carriker (#12) and you should check out Denise Elliott ( #14) after you finish checking out my blog. 

This Month challenge is "Bling it up" with an attitude.  I love everything that shines and sparkle  so it should not be to hard to embellish it.  Check this out.. What a great way to embellish a gift!  Don't you think?

Supplies needed:
Cashmere cardstock X5932
Barn Red cardstock  X5637
Colonial White cardstock 1388
Complimentary print paper( Huntington Pkg)
Cocoa Ink Pad  Z2114
Watercolor pencils
Jewel tone rhinestones
Liquid Glass
CTMH stamp set "Fall Harvest"  C1504 

Cut 1 piece  2  1/2" x 7"  from the  Cashmere cardstock . Punch a 1 1/2" circle at one end.  Adhere a   2 1/4" x  6 3/4" from the B&T Duo. Punch  out over the existing hole again so you cut out the printed paper. Set aside. Stamp your leaves on the Colonial White cardstock. Watercolor your leaves and trim. I used liquid glass on the acorn to give it dimension. Arrange leaves and glue them. Add a 3-D foam tape to the acorn on top of the leaves and finish it off with a couple of rhinestones and ribbon. Finished size: 2 1/2" x 7"

July Stampers with an Attitude Bling it Up Blog Hop Final List

  1. Becky McClain ~
  2. Di Crawford ~
  3. Barbi Kelley ~
  4. Kimberly Moss ~
  5. Catherine Nowak~
  6. Angela Garcia ~
  7. Sue Latta ~
  8. Sheila Bennett ~
  9. Melissa Robinson ~
  10. Melinda Everitt ~
  11. Jen Patrick ~
  12. Fawn Carriker ~
  13. Aggie Peters ~
  14. Denise Elliott ~


  1. Beautiful tags! The coloring is absolutely beautiful.

  2. I love the way the Liquid Glass makes it shimmer!

  3. I love the variety of colors in your leaves, Aggie!

  4. Beautiful leaves! I like that you added the Liquid Glass on the acorns...makes them stand out! Makes me wish autumn would hurry up and get here. :)